Sure, we've seen some wearable mice in the past (some more wearablethan others), but this little one from Innovative Developments offers up some fairly diverse applications. The Mycestro's four buttons can be used for basic work functionality -- the wearer can also use gestures to perform these tasks, making an "M" in the air to open an email or a flicking motion to delete files. The mouse can manipulate 3D software as well, moving one's arm to zoom in and out. And heck, why not use it to navigate through in-car menus, rather than interacting with a touchscreen while driving? Controlling media content at home? Why yes, it does that too. There's not a lot of information available about the Mycestro, at the moment, but the company is offering up a few videos to show off it what the thing can do. You can check some of them out after the break.
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